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Dr. Julian Hayter


Dr. Hayter is a historian whose research focuses on modern U.S./African history, American political development during the mid-20th century, the unintended consequences of African American political empowerment and governance post-1965, and voting rights in the south. His work has been widely published, and his current book, The Dream Lost: Voting Rights and the Politics of Race in Richmond, Virginia is due to be released by the University Press of Kentucky in the spring of 2017. A popular and creative teacher, Dr. Hayter was named Faculty Member of the Year in 2013-14 by the Richmond College Student Government Association.

Respectful Discourse: Political and Social Conversations in the School Environment

Friday, September 30, 2016

10:00am - 3:00pm


Registration Deadline: 4:30 pm, September 26


Collegiate School, Richmond, VA

Sharp Academic Commons


Workshop Objectives:

  • Consider the impact that our current presidential election and recent racial tensions are having on our students and our schools.

  • Learn how to have non-biased and culturally sensitive conversations related to our current political and social climate.


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